Fast Break NBA Game Predictions 11/21/17

NBA Games

Ok, Hoop Heads we are back at it again with the Fast Break NBA game predictions. I’m 135-88 so still on the winning side of things.

Sorry folks for not posting but I went 7-4 which isn’t bad. Tonight sadly we only have one game in the NBA.

No it’s not the Golden State Warriors against the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Boston Celtics. Not even Houston or Minnesota.

It’s the Los Angeles Lakers against the Chicago Bulls. So without further ado let’s get started!

Los Angeles Lakers Vs Chicago Bulls

Well we don’t get a star filled game tonight but doesn’t mean there won’t be some highlights worth watching.

This game is a game between two lottery bound teams. The Los Angeles Lakers believe their future is bright with Lonzo Ball.

Lonzo Ball was the first of great things because Paul George and LeBron James were supposed to come next year.

Now that those plan don’t seem to be coming true and Lonzo struggling what’s plan B?

Then you have the Chicago Bulls who finally decided to blow it up after trading away their star player.

They are feeling very good about the trade as Lauri Markkanen and Kris Dunn have both played really well.

Zach LaVine is the lat piece and if he is anything like he was pretty injury then they will be a young team looking forward to the future.

As for this game Chicago has looked better than I thought and the Lakers are due for a mess up kind of game.

I’m going Chicago 117-110 as Lauri Markkanen has a huge game.

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That team was The Minnesota Timberwolves! So yes, I know a little about being an Underdog.
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My name is Talal Abdullah the Founder of The Underdog's World. I'm an up and coming sports writer who resides in Atlanta, Georgia. I started watching basketball at a young age and being the youngest boy out of six children I had to pick a team to root for. That team was The Minnesota Timberwolves! So yes, I know a little about being an Underdog.